Awards & Affiliations

Emmy Awards

Disney’s Beauty & the Beast, 1997.
One on One with Mike Eruzione, Gold Medal Olympic Hockey Player, 2004.

New England Telly Awards

1st place: Low-Budget Industrial Video, 1994.
Finalist: “Shannon On Your Side”, 2005.

Boston Press Photographers Association Awards for Excellence

1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994.

Honorable Mentions:

“Cocaine Babies” series, 1986 & “War Games,” 1987.

UPI Awards

Midwest Region: 1st Place “Home Street Home,” 1984.
Kansas Region: 3rd Place “Home Street Home,” 1984.

Best of Gannett

Four Awards

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"I am a dependable, creative cameraman who promises you the highest quality product.  I design my creations with your specific needs in mind, making certain that you receive your expected outcomes.”

Brian T. Sullivan

One of New England’s most talented and competent videographers, Brian T. Sullivan is an award winning television cameraman with over two decades of broadcast video-journalism covering major news events and numerous human interest stories.  Responsible for the daily coverage of news events, Brian has a proven track record in producing high quality video.  Brian’s experience includes political events ranging from covering Presidents Reagan, H. Bush and W. Bush, and Clinton, and major sports events such as the AFC Title Game in ’86, the Super Bowl in ’96, and Red Sox Spring Training in ’87, ’97, and ’05, to serving as pool cameraman for high profile trials including: The Louise Woodward Trial and the Trials of Dr. Dirk Greineder and Dr. Sharpe.  Working in partnership with such notable New England news personalities as Jon Keller and Howie Carr, his work has won numerous Emmy Nominations and Awards, Telly Awards, and Boston Press Photographers Awards.  

Founder of Brian Sullivan Productions, Brian has been capturing and documenting special events ranging from family events to corporate productions since 1985.  Brian has covered a myriad of projects including the Ellis Island Memorial Awards; the wedding of singer and songwriter, James Taylor; special events featuring prominent figures such as Ben Vereen, Jo Jo, and Roger Clemens; and special feature videos such as Speedtraxx, an isometric exercise video. 

Brian has a Masters Degree in Mass Communications from Emerson College, Boston, a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and various continued media education courses.  A native of Quincy, Brian now resides in Squantum, Massachusetts.